Culinary Arts Dining Room Lab Aide
20 Dec 2018
The role of the dining room lab aide is to assist the instructor with front-of-the-house guest services and support the training efforts of the students.
Coordinator to the Offices of the President and Board of Regents
Looking for an exciting work atmosphere in a supportive, gratifying team environment?
Join the UA President’s Team to contribute your high level, professional administrative and operational skills to the offices of the President and the Board of Regents. Join us in creating the future of the University and the State of Alaska.
ECHO Clinic Coordinator
The Center for Human Development is seeking application for an ECHO Clinic Coordinator.
Are you a stickler for details and enjoy problem-solving? Do you thrive on deadlines, while also taking pride in quality and accuracy? UAF Human Resources needs you to join their Personnel/Payroll Team! Be a part of an exciting and dynamic team that is responsible for the processing of employee personnel actions through careful review and timely data entry, to accomplish UAF payroll.
We are looking for a self-motivated individual with strong interpersonal skills to provide excellent customer service and navigate change. They should have proficient knowledge of database software, spreadsheets, and word processing.
Director of Admissions
The University of Alaska Fairbanks seeks a dynamic Director of Admissions to lead the university's recruitment strategy and provide strategic direction to the multidisciplinary admissions team. The director will oversee recruitment, admissions processing, communications and new student orientation.
PWSC Resident Assistant Spring 2019
Resident Assistants (RAs) are an integral part of the Campus Life Community environment, serving as paraprofessional members of the Residence Life staff. Each RA is personally responsible for 10-20 residents in an assigned living area. These paraprofessional staff members are charged with creating an open, inviting, inclusive, and safe living environment for residents - one that is conducive to student learning as well as social development and community engagement.
UAF Community & Technical College - Dental Assisting Adjunct - Temporary Faculty Credit
30 Jun 2019
UAF's Community and Technical College Allied Health Division is looking for innovative, energetic adjunct / part time instructors to work as part of a team to expand the Dental Assisting program.
These adjuncts will help educate dental assistant students in a variety of settings and work with the dental assisting program coordinator to develop distance delivery programs.
Classes are taught at various locations (including online) and can meet during the daytime, evenings, and/or weekends. Flexible schedules are available.
Adjunct positions are on a semester-by-semester contract basis.
REACH-Up Student Assistant- K-12 Outreach
The office of K-12 Outreach, a part of The College of Natural Science & Mathematics, School of Education, is recruiting qualified student applicants for its pool of student workers.
Community Prevention Research Coordinator_Alakanuk (IAB JOB19-07)
The Center for Alaska Native Health Research at the Institute of Arctic Biology needs to hire a rural community-based prevention research coordinator for our second community in the Qungasvik R01 application (Alakanuk). This position requires excellent communication and coordination skills in order to effectively work with rural communities, tribal governments, and planning group members; and to assist with the implementation culturally-based intervention activities with rural Alaska Native youth and interact with these youth participants in a culturally competent manner.
This position is based in southwest Alaska and incumbent must be a resident of the research community.
Student Services Manager
The Sitka Campus of the University of Alaska Southeast is seeking qualified and energetic applicants for a Student Services Manager position located in Sitka, Alaska. The Manager plays a critical role in ensuring our students (both local and distance) receive the highest quality student services available through monitoring mission effectiveness of Student Services, and creating/implementing long range and strategic plans. Will also direct, manage and supervise staff and functions of the Student Services department. Successful applicant will have progressively responsible management and organizational skills, and expertise in two or more areas in: academic advising, recruiting, admissions, records and registration, financial aid, student retention, or testing and learning resources. Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred, with three years progressively responsible experience and two years of supervising experience.
First review of applications begins December 17, 2018 - position will remain open until filled.
Residence Life Academic Year Maintenance Crews
30 Jun 2019
The Department of Residence Life is seeking highly motivated students for work on our Maintenance support crew. Selected applicants play an integral role in minor maintenance tasks, programming support, furniture distribution, residence preparation, and hall support as part of this dynamic department. Daily tasks vary dependent upon priority. Qualified applicants will demonstrate high motivation, ability to be independent, high mechanical aptitude, some previous experience, and good communication.
The University of Alaska Fairbanks, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry invites applications for a post-doctoral research associate to study mineral weathering, soil development, and clay mineralogy in forested ecosystems of the Alaskan coastal temperate rainforest.
Maintenance Service Worker IV
20 Dec 2018
The employee will perform various tasks associated with Housing Maintenance while maintaining and repairing 390,225 square feet of resident halls and apartment style living facilities and associated common areas. General maintenance duties will include carpentry, plumbing, HVAC, locksmith, texture and paint, fixing and repairing kitchen appliances, operating university vehicles and landscaping equipment. This will be in an effort to maintain a safe, clean living environment for our students and conference guests.
Technology Support Specialist
The University of Alaska is seeking a candidate to join our OIT Customer Support Services team as a Technology Support Specialist. This position serves the UAF and UA system fulfilling a desktop support and system administrator function for all academic and administrative needs. In this role, you will be responsible for supporting desktop and laptop computers, printers, mobile devices, and other peripherals used by the staff and faculty at the UAF campus. Additionally, you will work across OIT functional areas as a part of project teams, and will act as a subject matter expert regarding OIT-supported technology and solutions to other workgroups throughout the University. We are a dynamic and diverse team looking for another member excited to support the University's mission.
Service Desk Technician
The University of Alaska is seeking a candidate to join our OIT Customer Support Services team as a Service Desk Technician. This position serves the UAF and UA system as the first point of contact for all academic and administrative technology needs. In this role, you will be responsible for supporting desktop and laptop computers, printers, mobile devices, and other peripherals used by staff, faculty, and students. You will also be expected to learn about the numerous services that OIT supports, such as Blackboard and Google Apps, in order to provide assistance and develop our internal knowledge management database. Additionally, you will work across OIT functional areas as a part of project teams, and will act as the "Voice of the Customer" and a subject matter expert regarding OIT-supported technology and solutions, to other workgroups throughout the University. We are a dynamic and diverse team looking for another member excited to support the University's mission.
UAA - Social Work Temporary Faculty
Anchorage, Chugiak, Eagle River, Girdwood, Palmer, Talkeetna, Wasilla
30 Jun 2019
The UAA School of Social Work is holding an open recruitment for adjunct instructors who are interested in expanding their practice to include part-time teaching in undergraduate and graduate social work programs.
Student Assistant C - Chemistry Tutor
Chemistry Tutor needed! Must be able to cover: Basic General Chemistry F103X through Organic Chemistry F325.
Student Assistant C - Mathematics Tutor
BLaST and RSS looking for Math Tutor! Must be able to cover: DEVM 054 - Pre-Algebra to F251 -Calculus 1 -
Post Doctoral Fellow - Fishery Policy
31 Dec 2018
The Institute of Social and Economic Research (ISER) at the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) is seeking a bright creative scholar with interests in natural resource economics and fishery policy design and evaluation to join our research team. Our team explores research questions in fishery management issues important to Alaska and nationwide through econometric analyses, numerical simulations, and program evaluation. Preference will be given to candidates with strong training in applied microeconomics and structural econometrics, and interest in policy-relevant questions. Responsibilities include 1) engaging in high quality research that informs public policy and that leads to publications in top journals, and 2) working collaboratively on research projects with members of the Institute of Social and Economic Research. Salary will be $65-75,000 per year, depending on qualifications. The successful candidate will also receive a generous benefits package and relocation funds. The appointment is for one year, renewable for a second year subject to satisfactory performance.
Project Coordinator, Alaska Indigenous Scholars
The University of Alaska Southeast is seeking an effective professional to serve as a Program Coordinator for our Indian Education Professional Development federal grant. This position is located within the UAS Alaska College of Education division. Duties will include an emphasis on recruitment of students for the Master of Arts in Teaching, secondary and Education Leadership degree programs. This is a three-year term appointment, with an additional two-year part-time assignment to conclude the mentorship of graduates. Ideal candidates are self-motivated, knowledgeable about fiscal federal and university processes, and are able to develop strong relationships with statewide school districts and local organizations. Additional responsibilities include collaboration with Alaska College of Education personnel, budget management, federal program reporting, and data management. Occasional travel is required for recruitment and training.